Wearing Too-Large Wings With Confidence

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A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has landed, is settling in and becoming hard, trustworthy reality.

I can hardly believe it. I am jolted every time that I even think about thinking about it.

What to do with not knowing what to do?

Live the fantastic dream reality. Step into it, enjoy it, live the unexpected wonders — eyes wide open, thinking, feeling, and taking it all in.

Anna Sabino, author of Your Creative Career: Turn Your Passion Into a Fulfilling and Financially Rewarding Lifestyle {released today, Monday January 22, 2018} encourages:

“Wear your too-large wings with confidence. You’ll grow into them.”

The wings are much too big. They’re heavy — and so beautiful that I don’t want them to touch the ground. I shrug them up a little higher to keep them from dragging on the ground. A thrumming, warm and unmistakeable power surges. I do it again and lift the tiniest bit from the ground. This thrumming lifting is strange, but feels natural, obvious, like I am more myself than I have ever been. I pull my shoulders back and down, breathe deeply and live the next reality. The wings fit, I wear them as if they have always been there, have always been mind, flying and striding with confidence into baffling, wonderful possibilities.

Sabino has worn her too-large wings from one endeavor to the next, soaring, banking, grinning full-faced delight at flight. Her book launches today — may its flight be a great, glorious time for this talented entrepreneur, writer, generous guide.

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